News and Articles About China
The Chinese ecommerce company made more than $17 billion in sales this year.
It has a built-in refrigerator and crystal glassware.
One Samsung user wrote online that 'an exploding Note 7 is still better than an un-innovative iPhone 7.'
How can U.S. businesses find success in a complex environment like China's?
The Shenzhen hub follows a similar plan for a center in Beijing, and comes as Apple is looking to bounce back in China.
The world's largest single-dish radio telescope went into operation on Sunday.
Here are 3 lessons other U.S. companies seeking to build in China should observe.
The iPhone maker will build its first Asia-Pacific research and development center in the country.
A driver crashed earlier this month while on a commuter highway after the car failed to avoid a vehicle parked on the left side, partially in the roadway, damaging both cars but causing no injuries.
It remains more promise than product, but the electric vehicle sector is drawing more talent from mainstream automakers that are reluctant to go full tilt at the new technology.
Trump's plans for tax and regulatory reform could benefit entrepreneurs, small business owners and corporations alike.
Non-automakers and start-ups have rushed to begin making electric vehicles and hybrid vehicles as China's central government liberalizes the industry to promote a switch to electricity as an ultimate replacement for petrol to fuel cars.
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The futuristic city bus has made its real-world debut.
China is a communist nation of close to 1.4 billion people where there has been explosive new growth and business opportunities alongside regimented government control over its media and the civil liberties of its citizens.
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